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production at seven plants across north america. brianne carter, abc 7 news. >> thank you. >>> we do have the full list of recalled cars on our website. locked onto wjla.com. -- log on to wjla.com. >>> metro is taking a closer look at tracked safety. investigators want to know what is behind the deadly accidents and close calls. pamela brown has the latest on that. >> investigators still have a lot of unanswered questions. the ntsb is launching a formal investigation indicated the seriousness of this latest accident. a high roll trucked back into jeff garrard and sung oh, killing both of them. they're looking to see whether safety rules were being folled. they need to be informed about the location of work crews. technicians are supposed to look for oncoming traffic. investigators are looking into review communications and the physical conditions at the time of the accident. five metro workers have been killed over the past seven months. metro is looking for a new general manager to turn things around. we will hear from the victims' families. pamela brown, abc 7 news. >> thank you. >>> so
networks are connecting small businesses across america - in cities and small towns - to markets around the world. we know that investment in broadband high speed internet can create hundreds of thousands of new american jobs. small businesses are being formed - dreams are being launched - and real jobs are being created. at at&t, we're investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. now is not the time to stall momentum or to stifle innovation or investment. dreams, and jobs, and the future are at stake. at at&t, the future, are at stake. at at&t, the future, has always been our business. at&t... your world... delivered. >> you are watching abc 7's "good morning washington," with doug mckelway, alison starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather, and lisa baden, traffic. this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> it is now 6:45, and 45 degrees. this is a live look at downtown d.c.. we are expecting a beautiful, warm day today. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. let's check in with abc news in new york. >> when it matters m
america has died. he founded the talk of bell chain. he started back in 1951. -- he founded the taco bell chain. the chain has grown to more than 5600 locations. he was 86 years old. wall street goes back to work today. investors will be focusing on earnings this week. among those to watch our ibm, starbucks, google, and mcdonald's. we will also hear from a big wall street banks. you can add americans and to list of airlines are raising baggage these. prices increased $5 per bag. a first bag will cost $. the second bag will cost $35. a new report finds men get a bigger financial boost for marriage then women. that is a big shift. one way to measure this is a household income. it rose 60% for married men, married women, and on married women. coming up on "good morning america," three new ways to make money without leaving your home. and that is your "money scope" report. i am vinita nair. >> thank you. >>> 6:20, up 36 degrees. >> the cure for the common cold. doctors have made a major breakthrough. >> later on, "oprah," substance chartriumphs over style. plus adam lambert. that is right he
in the new book "game change," a book about the campaign. he apparently said that america was ready to elect a "light- skinned" african-american "with no negro dialect unless he wanted to have one percocet that has left republicans calling for reid to step down. democrats have said he has apologized and it is time to get on with work. >> he has been accepted the apology and we're moving on. >> republican said there is a double standard. if he were a republican and said that, he would be forced to step down. democrats say he has a long record on civil rights issues and perhaps this was clumsy but it does not say who this man is. it does come at an inopportune time as the work on this health care bill together. the president said the book is closed on this issue after the apology. matt brock, abc 7 news. >> thank you. >>> 6:07. the national zoo prepares to say goodbye to one panda cub, but they could be welcoming another. mei xiang was in disseminated over the weekend. zoo officials say it could be months before they know whether the insemination was successful. tai shan is expected to leave f
of longer lines at airports and suggesting passengers arrive early. coming up on "good morning america," the ins and outs of apple's new ipad. is it really a game changer? and that is your "money scope" report. i am vinita nair. >>> it is now 20 minutes after the hour. >> coming up, a bizarre court case involving a d.c. judge and her accused stalker. >> it is an oprah exclusive. jay leno sits down to tell his side of the story. >>> welcome back. we have brand-new the video just in this morning. firefighters are on the scene of a house fire in haymarket, virginia. it broke out at a brand new home gillis way. the house is a complete loss. we will bring you more information as it becomes available. >>> survivors are still being found in the rubble of haiti two weeks after the earthquake. a girl was found alive. food distribution is still in chaos. meals have been delivered to about 500,000 of the 2 million people that needed. the u.n. is asking for $80 million for food for the end of the year. >>> after saving lives, fairfax county's rescue team is heading home. they will return this afte
with information on tax credits and other changes in tax law. coming up on "good morning america," the new product companies are creating to save you money. and that is your "money scope" report. i am vinita nair. >>> we have 36 degrees outside on this wednesday morning. >> your daily commute is putting you in a very elite group. it is kind of a dubious group. >> an elite group you do not want to be in. later on "oprah," we have a firsthand account of the devastation. that is today at 4:00. >> hello. come see the thought-provoking light sculpture at the national gallery of art. good morning, washington. >>> anybody who dares to brave the public already knows it can be a slow ride. >> a new survey backs up what washingtonians have known all along. matt brock is live in oxon hill. how bad is it this time? >> asked lisa baden. she has been talking about the truck that lost its load in bethesda. traffic was backed up for miles. it seems like something like that happens every day. the beltway commute is the third worst in the country. it is no surprise the beltway rush-hour traffic is legendary. >> abo
years of sales. coming up on "good morning america," one on one with the oracle ofmaha on the economy, bonuses, health care, and more. and that is your "money scope" report. >>> >. the time now is 6:20. -- i am vinita nair. >> power crews try to secure an electrical tower. we are told the power is back on. >> later on "oprah," addicted to food, drugs, and alcohol. this could be their last chance. >> hello. i met the national gallery of art. home to many great works. good morning, washington. >>> and welcome back. 6:24 is your time. the lights are now back on it in one part of prince george's county. a ump truck crashed into a tower yesterday. that power is still hanging over the only road in and out of town. matt brock is there. what is the latest? >> take a look. it is quite a picture to see. there is a crane still holding the tower over the road. they are allowing traffic. that is a school bus coming through. that is bad news for the kids. the school will have to school today because traffic is getting through. it is a nerve wracking drive under that tower. i did it earlier this mor
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becomes the second highest paid coach in america. it is a five-year deal worth $7 million a season. once the contract was finalized, mike and peggy shanahan and dan snyder went out to celebrate last night at the palm restaurant in tysons corner. they eventually raised the blinds and told us we get a glimpse of the celebration. mike shanahan said he is excited to get going. >> i am excited. it is great to be here. thanks for being here. >> mike shanahan won back-to- back super bowls. mike shanahan wanted control. he will work with bruce allen. he will have complete authority over football operations. he wanted to make sure his son kyle will take over the offense. have a great day, everybody. >>> fans are hoping this new head coach can bring the team back from the brink. >> matt brock is live at redskins park with that side of the story. >> fans may be suspicious of the seventh coach in 10 years. this team thistwo at the top -- this team of two do bring some light at the end of the tunnel. >> i think it will work. we need continuity. we changed every year. >> i think mike shanahan has the
. workers at bank of america could collect bonuses this year. the big payouts or an attempt to prevent top people from leaving. they were aided by $45 billion of taxpayer money. november was at a record-setting month for the airlines. 88.6% of flights arrived on time. it was not all good news. there was less traffic in the terminals and on the runways. the toyota prius was the top- selling car in japan. general motors' first mass- produced electric battery roles off the line and it will power the chevrolet volt. 5 and diets, 5 success stories. how they lost 700 pounds. and that is your "money scope" report. i am vinita nair. >>> we have 29 degrees. your time is 6:20. >> new details about teenager -- about the teenager at the police say wanted to kill the president. >> i am philip stewart at the why of dust. >> later on "oprah," how one woman discovered her husband's mistresses. >>> hello. comes to the light sculptures at the national and gallery of corporate good morning, washington. >>> it is a cold weekend to be showing some skin, but some metro riders will be doing just that. >> hello.
of america will be grilled. they will interviewed hundreds of people. finding a job is about as difficult as it has ever been. the competition is intensifying. the reason for the increase is that more companies are reluctant to hire new workers. the number of job openings was the second lowest on record. new rules to protect credit card users. it makes it harder for lenders to hike interest rates without warning. they must provide 45 days notice. they are banned from increasing rates on existing balances. the new rules take effect february 22. google as threatening to stop doing business in china. it has been the fiction of highly sophisticated cyber attacks that were aimed at the e-mail accounts of chinese activists. they will stop complying with china's censorship the man. no more free rides for tucker was. general motors said the agreement that gave him free vehicles ended. his endorsement deal with buick has already ended. he was driving a cadillac escalate the night he crashed outside his home. coming up on "oprah,"good mornig america," does the person who is preparing your taxes kno
on "good morning america," tips to get your finances in order. five simple ways to cut costs and save thousands of dollars. i'm jeremy hubbard. >>> 6:19, 23 degrees. >> those five local men under arrest in pakistan are due in court today. . prosecutors want the maximum punishment. >> later on "oprah," the best new gadgets and the best surprise oprah says she has ever had. >> hello. i'm not the national gallery of art. you'll see many pictures of picasso. they will be featured in a special exposition at the national gallery of art in 2010. good morning, washington. >>> "avatar" rules the box office. >> philip stewart has some of the stories you'll not find on the front page. >> good morning. it is a first for a first lady. michelle obama made her reality show debuted last by. this washe appeared as a specia. she said a secret ingredient came from the white house garden. tech blogs have rumors of a new ipod. you're looking at many alleged mockups. this is not from apple. it will be sold for less than $1,000 and will feature a multi touch screen with three- dimensional graphics. apple is
indiscretions are not just hurting his wallet. coming up on "good morning america," the orphan's of haiti. how are they adjusting to their new life? and that is your "money scope" report. i am vinita nair. >>> 21 minutes after the hour. just wanted degrees. correct the first lady's fight against obesity. >> later, corporate is live from chicago. it iser birthday celebration -- oprah is live from chicago. >>> president obama ways into some on friendly waters this afternoon. he will meet with the house gop caucus in baltimore. they will discuss job creation and health care reform. >> the man accused of killing chandra levy is due in court today. ingmar guandique has pleaded not guilty. >> donnie simpson signs off after more than 30 years on washington's airwaves. >>> michelle obama is on a special mission to help children slim down. she spoke at the ymca in alexandria yesterday. as many as one in three children are overweight or obese. >> obesity in this country is nothinghort of a public health crisis. it is threatening to our children. it is threatening our families and it is threatening the f
. >> the district has some of the toughest gun laws in america. >> arenas claimed it was a joke, saying, "i never intended any disrespect to the nba. my gun possession and my attempts at humor showed terrible judgment." this amid allegations that arenas and another player got into a fight behind locker room doors, where arenas admits to brandishing firearms in what he calls a playful and gesture. >> i think he made a gross mistake. >> the investigation continues into arenas' possession of firearms. he could face five years in prison. as to the allocation between the dispute between arenas and another player who has been injured, they are according to "the washington post" that arenas laid out four punts and said to pick one. the other player got out his own firearms. he is denying those allegations. witnesses are not commenting. courtney rbinson, abc 7 news. >> and the nba is taking this seriously. thank you so much. >> this could be a long suspension. >>> 6:49. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. brian is here with a look at this note will be getting. >> it is more about tonight.
in the river a year ago. online bidding goes on till the end of march. coming up on "good morning america," hotel horrors. we go under the covers to fine dirtiest hotels in the country. and that is your "money scope" report. i am vinita nair. >> some things you'd rather not know. >> i have stayed in a lot of dirty hotels. >> ignorance is bliss. >>> 6:17. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> we have the wintry mix. it is far to the west of's. >> we have some reports of accumulations. .1 inches. don't hold your breath. 2.5 inches. kaiser, 3.3 inches as of last night. that could have changed since then. let's check the radar. you can see the green, which is the light rain. this is slowly drifting to the north and east. you have pink, and that is minute sleet falling. out west, you can see up to about two inches and more than two inches in the higher elevations before this all comes to an end later this afternoon. temperatures are mainly above freezing. 37 in the district. 32 in gaithersburg. that does not mean you cannot see sleet. at least we're in the clear for the freezi
by a missionary from italy in the year 1602 per it was the first map in chinese to show the americas. >>> lisa baden has more maps and anyone we know. >> that is true. i have paper once and once you could never fault but i do try hard. then i have the google maps. i also of newschopper 7. they are flying over 66 traffic. normal stuff out of manassas to get into centreville. a lot of traffic leaving potomac mills on 95. it goes all the way to the beway this morning. this is live in montgomery county. the crash between new hampshire avenue and university boulevard. it will be on the shoulder by the time you get there. >> this morning, it is cloudy and cool and breezy and again today. the mercury may look warmer as far as temperatures but it will feel cooler because of the windchill factor. clouds will break. we will see those temperatures remained onhe chilly side. tomorrow is when the trend starts to happen. we will be in theow 40's. fall by the upper 40's on thursday and almost 50 degrees by friday. the weekend doesn't pose a threat of a storm system that looks like it will remain to the south
america - in cities and small towns - to markets around the world. we know that investment in broadband high speed internet can create hundreds of thousands of new american jobs. small businesses are being formed - dreams are being launched - and real jobs are being created. at at&t, we're investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. now is not the time to stall momentum or to stifle innovation or investment. dreams, and jobs, and the future are at stake. at at&t, the future, are at stake. at at&t, the future, has always been our business. at&t... your world... delivered. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> welcome back to "good morning washington." we are glad you're joining us on this monday morning. 6:30. it is so warm, 60 degrees. >> it almost feels uncomfortable. it is a little too warm for this time of year. but that is not why they closed and delayed the schools. page county, a two-hour delay. brian, those school closures are confirming the fled flood issue. >> you get some rain or a lot of rain overnight and the
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